Tellonym: Anonymous Q&A

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4.3
268K reviews
10M+
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Teen
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About this app

Tellonym is a simple way to feel closer to your friends. Learn more about them, see what they're talking about and finally hear their honest opinions.

How does it work?
1.) Share your profile link with friends
2.) Receive hundreds of honest anonymous messages (Tells)
3.) Create answers on your profile and share them with friends
4.) Follow your friends and join the conversation

Your friends are already here. Join now!
Updated on
Jun 27, 2022

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4.3
268K reviews
A Google user
November 21, 2019
Edit: I updated it and its worse... it wont even work now. Hi, great app but this has been having a lot of bugs lately, like crashing when I go to click on something and not letting me renew my profile picture... Other than that, you can filter your tells, block certain words being used, and block users regardless if they put in an anonymous tell to you, and select if you only want accounts to send you tells. It needs fixing though.
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Jimmy Crackorn
December 16, 2020
What gets this app in trouble with me is that I've been using it for over a year and we still can't edit answers. So, if autocorrect makes us look dumb because of grammar "fixes," or we just didn't see bad corrections because we were looking at the keyboard characters we were typing, we have to just live with a stupid looking response. Also, there should be a small DM system. Nothing fancy or complex, just a way for people who hit it off to stay in touch without sharing private info.
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A Google user
May 7, 2019
good app but there are some inconsistencies I would definitely change. one of them is where you receive a tell and you reply, but you realise you made a typing error or you misunderstood it; if you could edit your message while keeping the edit history for everyone to see it would allow users to edit their messages without altering what they originally meant. another is that the anwerer is able to know who sent the tell if the sender likes the message, since the like isn't hidden in notification
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What's new

Bug fixes and performance improvements